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March 24, 2012

March 23 seemed like spring had truly arrived … the next day, March 24, not quite so much.  The sun was trying half-heartedly to peek through a high-overcast sky, and Old Man Winter kept puffing out swirls of chilly breeze.  Still, at least it wasn’t raining, hailing, sleeting (like a lot of March before and after), so we went up to Munson Mountain, where the famous “Penticton” sign overlooks Okanagan Lake.  The view from the lookout is pretty spectacular, even on a greyish day, as these shots demonstrate.  Afterwards, we went for a walk on Skaha Lake beach.  Although few folks were out, those that were had spring in their hearts!  Yummm…. marshmallow roast!

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Comments on: "Penticton Views From Munson Mountain" (2)

  1. Itching to get out. Soon the fairy potatoes and cow bells will be out. MMM getting hungry just thinking about them. Thanks for the posts.

  2. Glad you enjoy the pictures, Bob. Here it is March 31, and snowing and sleeting! Well, maybe March showers will bring April flowers, right? We can only hope!

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